First details about National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week now available

National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week is held annually in September, and is a worldwide effort to bring together people who live with invisible chronic illness, and those who love them. This year it's September 8-14, 2008.

Planning of four telephone seminars Sept 8-12 (M-F) where you can call in to listen and talk to the presenter are currently in the process.

Last year I was a presenter. My topic was "Blogging About Your Illness." It was a great experience, and there was a whole lot of worthwhile information available at the other presentations. I'll keep you posted on updates for this year's events as they develop.

Love the new logo, Lisa!


  1. Hello Sherril, I just came upon your blog through a search. Thank you very much for your much needed informative blog. I too suffer from FM, TMJ, IBS,IC, Hashymoto's, Neuropathy, carpal tunnel, planters facia, borderline diabitic, Sleep Apnea, Asthma, severe skin disorder/infections, .....
    My daughter has auto immune hives, my neice has lupus....
    Rest Ministries has ministered to me when no one else could. I have been an advocate in my area for National Invisible Chronci Illness Awareness Week.
    I started my blog a month ago to minister to those in need. I have been truly blessed by the many who have encouraged me from all over the world. The blogging world is amazing!
    Thank you again for your blog.
    Michele W.

  2. Thank YOU, Michele. You have a great blog!


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